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BlenderProc

10/25/2019
by   Maximilian Denninger, et al.
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BlenderProc is a modular procedural pipeline, which helps in generating real looking images for the training of convolutional neural networks. These can be used in a variety of use cases including segmentation, depth, normal and pose estimation and many others. A key feature of our extension of blender is the simple to use modular pipeline, which was designed to be easily extendable. By offering standard modules, which cover a variety of scenarios, we provide a starting point on which new modules can be created.

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